Reduce Installation Costs & Increase Network Reliability with A New IP67 Ethernet Switch

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Aaxeon Technologies is proud to announce the release of their newest line of IP67 rated Industrial Ethernet Switches.


...making them suitable for space-constrained environments and an ideal choice for many industrial applications.

Each of the IP67 Ethernet switches is available in an extended operating temperature model that can withstand temperatures of -40°C to 75°C. The units are EN50155 compliant and Class 1, Division 2 rated which makes them suitable for railway applications as well as hazardous location environments, respectively.

There are three new models in Aaxeon’s IP67 Ethernet Switch product line. The LNX-800N-67-T has 8 x 10/100TX ports, while the LNX-1002Nx-67-T (x: M- Multi-mode, S- Single mode) has 8 x 10/100TX and 2 x 100FX ports. The Ethernet Switches are designed with circular M12 connectors for Fast Ethernet interface, and provide rugged construction which complies with IP67 standards, therefore, making the equipment ideal for damp, dusty, and other harsh industrial environments.

The IP-67 Managed Industrial Ethernet Switch Models boast a backup power solution with dual power inputs and management features that include VLANs, IGMP Snooping, IPv6 support, Port Trunking with LACP, LLDP, SSH, SSL, and route redundancy through RSTP or from Aaxeon’s proprietary ring. The Switches reduce installation costs, ensure real time operation, increase network reliability, and are compact enough to be mounted anywhere, making them suitable for space-constrained environments and an ideal choice for many industrial applications.

For more information on the LNX-800N-67-T or the LNX-1002Nx-67-T Ethernet Switch models, please visit our website

About Aaxeon:
Aaxeon is a developer and supplier of Device Networking and Industrial Communication products. Aaxeon's main focus is to be a leading supplier of products and solutions into the rapidly growing markets of M2M (Machine-to-Machine) and Industrial Ethernet.

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